HOOD CLEANING SERVICES
WELCOME TO CROSSFIRE
With over 35 years combined experience in the kitchen exhaust hood cleaning field, Crossfire Hood Cleaning has the expertise to meet any task head on. We strive to exceed expectations by providing an industry leading service while keeping cost at minimum. Our goal is to make every customer a “customer for life”. Your satisfaction is always our #1 priority.
Quality Service Network. We believe communication is the key to any successful relationship. At Crossfire Hood Cleaning we use industry specific software designed to network and communicate. This network aids in assuring that not only will the kitchen exhaust system be hood cleaned to NFPA specifications, but the communication surrounding the entire hood cleaning experience guarantees quality and accountability. A comprehensive service and inspection report along with geo-coded photography is used at every hood cleaning to pinpoint and detail any deficiencies. Our experienced staff is able to focus on quality control through a thorough follow-up after every cleaning to help ensure safety and efficiency.
Major Causes of Structure Fires in Eating and Drinking Establishments
U.S. fire departments responded to an estimated average of 7,640 structure fires per year in eating and drinking establishments. These fires caused average annual losses of two civilian deaths, 115 civilian injuries, and $246 million in direct property damage each year.
At Crossfire Hood Cleaning we provide all the necessary tools to keep your building and work environment safe, at a minimal cost to you. While showcasing some of the most competitive rates in the industry, our goal is to always provide our customers with a premium kitchen exhaust cleaning (KEC) service. In addition to KEC, Crossfire also provides other services, such as:
KITCHEN EXHAUST CLEANING
Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning (KEC) or Hood Cleaning Services is about reducing risk of fire. Ninety percent of all restaurant fires start in the kitchen. Every year, thousands of structure fires are reported by eating and drinking establishments, resulting in millions in property damage.
Grease on the roofs of restaurants is a common problem for restaurants. The grease is produced from the kitchen exhaust fans causing costly roof repairs, fire code violations, EPA/OSHA violations, and employee hazard zones.
EXHAUST FAN HINGE INSTALLATION
According to NFPA Fire Code #96: 1-3.1.3 “All interior surfaces of the exhaust system shall be reasonably accessible for cleaning and inspection purposes.” Openings in vertical ducts are to be on every floor or on the top of the vertical riser if personnel entry is possible.
FAN ACCESS PANEL INSTALLATION
NFPA Standard-96 requires fan access panels on the exhaust fans, allowing all areas of the fan to be inspected and cleaned. Fan access panels allow the technician to clean the back side of the fan blades.
DUMPSTER AND GREASE TRAP AREA CLEANING
Crossfire can clean your dumpster pad to remove these dirty and less-than-appealing concrete stains. Dirty dumpster pads are pressure washed with industrial grade degreasers and hot water providing you superior results.
COMMERCIAL PRESSURE WASHING
Our team of expert commercial pressure washing technicians will use safe cleaning agents to do the job. We insure the safety of your customers and employees, and protect shrubs and landscaping around your facility.